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farmhousefarm‧house /ˈfɑːmhaʊs $ ˈfɑːrm-/ ●○○ noun [countable]  TATBBthe main house on a farm, where the farmer lives
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farmhouseLike many nineteenth-century farmhouses in Tasmania, it contained two distinct regions: two spirits.Accommodations include several hotels and small inns, guest houses, farmhouses and self-catering units.Sixteen months later, in January 1858. the first tenants were already in their new farmhouses.They are living in a ramshackle old farmhouse in the woods.Some of the old farmhouses still have a range of windows that indicate the former position of a weaving chamber.Still a brandy might help him face his trip to the farmhouse.
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